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John Hogan


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John Hogan

Reviews by John Hogan

by Matteo Farinella and Hana Roŝ


A team of neuroscientists takes you on a journey through the mind in NEUROCOMIC…and it turns out the brain is even stranger than we think. Published last year in England in association with the medical charity organization the Wellcome Trust, NEUROCOMIC is now making its way to the States with its clever scientific lessons and amusing goofiness still intact.

by Dorvall and Philip Renne


Reimagining the Civil War is one of the first examples of fanfiction. It’s a crowded field filled with speculation on “What if this had happened instead of that? What would the country look like then?” CSA: CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA is the latest graphic entry into the genre.

by Mark Twain and Seymour Chwast


Mark Twain has left legendary artist Seymour Chwast a rich tapestry to work with in this delightful, comedic (yet also dramatic) classic, and Chwast takes advantage of it all.

by Jarrett J. Krosoczka - Youth Fiction



This is what happens when you slash school budgets: You get a crime wave! After Lunch Lady and Betty get laid off by the school superintendent, a string of bank robberies puts the entire town in danger. Can Lunch Lady save the day?

by Chris Sims, Chad Bowers, and Scott Kowalchuk



In DOWN. SET. FIGHT!, we meet “Fearless” Chuck Fairlane at the top of his game as a football pro. Unfortunately for him, he’s about to hit rock bottom.

by Jimmy Gownley

Jimmy Gownley's returns with a graphic novel memoir about the "dumb" idea that changed his life forever! What if the dumbest idea ever turned your life upside down?

by Mark Millar and Leinil Francis Yu

A group of supervillains is forced to make the ultimate heist in this hilarious four-issue series from Mark Millar and Leinil Yu. Their target one of the world’s most feared supervillains. He even has a superpowered protector. Clearly, this isn’t going to be easy.

by Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy

Something strange is going on underwater off the shore of Prudhoe, Alaska. Dr. Lee Archer, a cetologist (she studies the songs of whales and dolphins, among other things) is called in by the Department of Homeland Security to join a team investigating. But given Dr. Lee’s political activism and her firing from NOAA, she’s not too eager to take part --- until they make her an offer she can’t refuse: They’ll help her get back custody of her son.

by Julie Maroh - Comic Books, Gay & Lesbian, Graphic Novel, Romance

In this tender, bittersweet, full-color graphic novel, a young woman named Clementine discovers herself and the elusive magic of love when she meets a confident blue-haired girl named Emma: a lesbian love story for the ages that bristles with the energy of youth and rebellion and the eternal light of desire.

by Thereza Rowe


When Penelope the Fox drops her heart into the sea, she goes on a magical adventure to attempt to retrieve it. Filled with Brazilian-born artist Thereza Rowe’s exciting illustrations, HEARTS is an imaginatively thrilling book for brand-new readers.